Let’s do our part by living harmoniously with nature and wildlife so that we can help to sustain their population and habitat!
Researchers provides a protective umbrella that promotes conservation of primate habitats and other taxa inhabiting them.
Conservation education on primates are essential to solve conservation issues and promote sustainable development.
Effective conservation training is essential for improving people’s knowledge, promoting pro-conservation behaviors, and involving more people in primate conservation.
The Malaysian Primatological Society is a registered NGO under the Registry of Societies (ROS) in 2015. Our NGO Series No: PPM-004-07-02032015
The International Primatological Society was created to encourage all areas of non-human primatological scientific research, to facilitate cooperation among scientists of all nationalities engaged in primate research, and to promote the conservation of all primate species. The society is organized exclusively for scientific, educational, and charitable purposes. MPS is one of the affiliated primate societies under IPS.
MPS is collaboratively working with USM’s Primate Research and Conservation Lab to build a platform for students, researchers, and the public to participate in primate conservation. Memberships are open to national and international citizens of all ages and backgrounds who are interested in volunteering with us to conduct various primate conservation programs in Malaysia.